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"Landform took the time to understand the
aspirations of the school and local community and
worked hard to include these aims in the application."
Vanessa Scargill, Director of Community Strategy,
Aylsham High School
Landform works with residents and engages with local communities at all
stages of the planning process. We hold hands-on planning days to which
everyone in the local community is invited to express their views and actually
be part of the design process by working directly with our architects, urban
planners and engineers.

Landform makes an effort to understand the fears that many local
communities have about new housing projects and to learn from those
concerns so that new ideas and solutions can be introduced to the schemes.
Tom Symes, Landform director, says: “Local people can benefit directly from developments like this. Usually there's no dispute that new housing is needed. However, once we talk to local residents, we're able to come up with benefits that can meet their needs. In this way value is increased for everyone.”
Erik Pagano, Landform’s Managing Director, during the community led planning day in Daventry.
For example, at our 450 home Daventry project it became clear that the local community was concerned about the lack of primary school facilities. Initially Northamptonshire County Council said there was sufficient capacity but as a result of the consultation process the masterplan was redrawn and it has been agreed that there will now be a new two-form entry school supported by the County Council Education Department.
For example, at our 450 home Daventry project it became clear that the local community was concerned about the lack of primary school facilities. Initially Northamptonshire County Council said there was sufficient capacity but as a result of the consultation process the masterplan was redrawn and it has been agreed that there will now be a new two-form entry school supported by the County Council Education Department.
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